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Jul 24, 2013 6:30pm PDT
.s. whistleblower will remain in a moscow airport for now. >> earing his visit to brazil, pope francis puts out a solemn warning not to seek out the false idols of money and success -- during his visit to brazil. >> france confirms what most have feared -- most of the riders in the tour de france have been doping for years. deep disappointment -- that's how the u.s. says it would react to any decision from russia to allow american fugitive edward snowden to leave a moscow airport. >> the u.s. intelligence whistleblower has been stuck in transit for a month. who dashes hopes of leaving soon were disappointed. his lawyer says he has failed to secure permission from russian authorities. he applied for temporary asylum last week, a process that could take months to complete. he's wanted for leaking details of a massive government spying operation. washington wants clarity from russia. >> for more, we go to our moscow correspondent. what is the status of snowden's asylum application? >> when we talk about snowden's asylum application and his status, we had a key witness, and that is a russian-friend
CBS
Jul 29, 2013 12:00pm PDT
and lesbians. >> pope francis is reaching out to homosexuals and taking a radical stance. he said, "who am i to judge?" cbs reporter adriana diaz on the several hot button issues the pope addressed. pope francis is reaching out to gay priests. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: speaking in italian, the pope told reporters, if someone is gay and he searches for the lord and has good will, who am i to judge? during the flight home from brazil, the pope said homosexual acts are a grave sin but gay people should be part of society. it's a different tone than the one set by his predecessor. pope benedict signed a document in 2005 saying men with deep- rooted homosexual tendencies should not be priests. pope francis' comments came on the way back to the vatican from "world youth day." he ended his week long trip to brazil with a speech on sunday. 3million people heard him speak in rio de janeiro. on the beach, gay brazilians were happy about the pope's comments. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: this man says, what's important is that this pope is not judgmental and respects us. his friend
PBS
Jul 23, 2013 6:30pm PDT
in the lucrative german market. >> a rockstar's welcome for pope francis on his first official visit to brazil. >> we start this bulletin in london where a new prince has been given a glimpse of the world -- or, rather, the world has been given a glimpse of written's london's -- youngest royal. >> it was just a day ago that william k snuck into the act entrance of st. mary's hospital -- william and kate snuck into the back entrance of st. mary's hospital. let's listen to reactions. >> he's got a good pair of lungs, that's for sure. he's a big boy, quite heavy. we're still working on a name, but it's the first time we have seen him, really. need a chance to catch up. >> i think any parent, really, knows what this feeling feels like. >> to make the day even more special, we got to see prince william pat the baby into the car like any regular dad driving his family home -- vince william pack -- prince william pack the baby into the car. how is britain welcoming the newest member of the royal family? >> there have been welcomes from politicians, but i think the royal family will be most intereste
NBC
Jul 25, 2013 5:30pm PDT
that rivals new year's eve on these sands. as pope francis ends a day that took him to both side of the city. pope francis is the man electrifying brazil. he takes every picture. kisses every baby. accepts every gift. an energetic pope the world has not seen in decades. tonight, enthusiastically welcomed by nearly 1 million young people on copacabana beach. >> i'm so excited! i can't wait to see him! >> reporter: staking their places early. [ chanting ] ♪ as warships patrolled the coast and soldiers walked the tourist-filled streets. this morning, francis happily went where few tourists go, one of rio's notorious favelas where one in five of the city's residents live, rampant with drugs, gangs and crime. here people who exist on as little as $1.30 a day hung out at crumbling cinder block homes and lined the narrow streets to see the man who wants to lead a church for the poor. they sang and danced on the muddy soccer field where the pope spoke. >> happy, happy, happy. >> reporter: as sharpshooters kept watch. [ speaking foreign language ] the pope's visit won't put a roof over anyone's hea
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2013 2:30am PDT
. the competition is tough. >>> pope francis is back in the vatican after his first foreign trip as pontiff. during an airborne news conference en route from brazil the pope spoke with reporters for over an hour delivering candid response to questions related toment so of the church's most polarizing poli policies. anne thompson has the story. >> reporter: from the mass attended by more than 3 million on copacabana beach to more special counters spectacular images mark pope francis' trip to brazil. one of the most dramatic moments came on the flight home a no holds barred press conference something no pope has done in years. animated, relaxed and funny, the 76-year-old pontiff took questions for an hour and 20 minutes. asked about the so-called gay lobby inside the vatican, the pope gave an answer no one expected. "if a person is gay and seeks the lord and has goodwill, who am i to judge that person?" >> is t sends a strong message from the head of the catholic church that gay people should not be marginalized, should not be discriminated against. should be -- he wants to be inclusive and welcoming
KICU
Jul 29, 2013 7:00pm PDT
. and remarks by pope francis as it marks the shift of the vatican. >>> cool weather remains over the bay, coming up how long will this shower stick around. >>> an early morning fire in the valley today forced the closure of a day spa, it caused about $100, 000 of dafrj. it is making repair and it is hoping to reopen shortly, no word on the exact cause. >>> actor michelle today made her first public after death of cory monteith. 31-year-old cory monteith was found death earlier this . . autopsy revealed that he died of over dose of heroin. >>> a small crowd celebrated the midday mass of pope francis. their thoughts on pope francis and comments of homosexuality and gay priest in the catholic church. >> yeah, in good faith. it is not normal. >> the church's traditionally labeled homosexually as a disordered. while traveling pope francis said this to a group of reporters. >> if a person is gay and accepts the lord and has goodwill, who am i to judge them. >> it is a continuing breath of fresh air blowing through the church. >> it is a nature thing, it is a beginning of healing of the gay com
PBS
Jul 26, 2013 5:30pm PDT
a peace treaty with u.s. ally israel. >>> pope francis has called for more social equality during a visit to brazil. it's the pope's first trip abroad since his selection in march. he's the first pontiff from latin america. the pope visited a slum north of rio de janeiro and spent time with residents. the slum is known for drug trading and violent crime. residents say it's poorly policed. power, water and other public services are inadequate. >> translator: never stop working for a more just world and greater solidarity. >> the pope said no one can remain insensitive to inequality. a resident said he was moved to see the pope walking on a street where young people had been killed. pope francis is an advocate for youth social activism. he encouraged young brazilians to keep alive their sensitivity toward injustice and be a catalyst for change. >>> japanese prime minister shinzo abe and u.s. vice president joe biden have discussed the disputed senkaku islands in the east china sea. biden stressed the u.s. position that japan and china should each seek to ease tension between the two countri
NBC
Jul 28, 2013 5:30pm PDT
on this on the weather channel. >> kim cunningham, thank you. >>> in brazil today pope francis celebrated the final mass of world youth day drawing the largest crowds of the week-long event. anne thompson is traveling with the pope and has that story for us tonight. >> reporter: not many masses start like this. ♪ more than 3 million people doing a flash mob dance, but then not every sunday mass is celebrated by pope francis. during this world youth day event, the pope sought to bridge divides, the old and the young, the rich and the poor, and, most importantly, the church and its people. this group from wisconsin joining the parade of 180 nations on the beach. >> just really incredible to know that there's people from all these different nations who are doing the same thing as we are. >> reporter: throughout the week to connect with the massive crowds, the pope followed the advice of his namesake, st. francis of assisi. preach often and when necessary use words. he reached out to the people and was mobbed in return, creating headaches for security. the pope seemed to love every minute of it, donning t
NBC
Jul 29, 2013 11:00am PDT
short of an extremely progressive move by pope francis. today the pontiff says he will not judge priests for their sexual orientation. a monumental announcement here. kristie smith is joining us live in berkeley from the local catholic community. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. a shift in tone about the role of gays and lesbians. we spoke with two educators this morning at the religioussb[ñ sc in berkeley. they told us they were somewhat surprised. they described the school as a progressive interdenominational christian ministry. in comments from reporters on a flight in brazil, if a person is gay, seeks god and has goodwill, who am i to judge. they should not be marginalized. the church had labeled homosexuality as a disorder. they said men were to be barred from thee priesthood. pope francis saying he won't judge priests for their sexual orientation. in a long and rather frank news conference, both of the educators we spoke with are from gay and lesbian studies at the pacific school of6m religion. they believe the remarks were completely off the cuff but critic
PBS
Jul 24, 2013 5:30pm PDT
francis. margaret warner looks at his first trip abroad as pontiff, to a nation shaken by anti- government protests. >> woodruff: and a new book examines the recent history of presidents sending troops into battle, without declaring war. ray suarez sits down with veteran journalist marvin kalb. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour."xd >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: çó >> supported by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. committed to building a more just, verdant and peaceful world. more information at macfound.org >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations.Ñi and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: it was billed as a major policy speech, as president obama called his commitment to combating economic inequality his highest priority and blasted partisan politics in washington for undermining continued recovery. >> with an endless parade of distractions, political posturing and
PBS
Jul 29, 2013 5:30pm PDT
francis' remarks on gay priests today marked a striking shift from his predecessors. we look at what it all means, as he wrapped up his first foreign trip as head of the catholic church. >> ifill: the teen unemployment rate is almost double what it was just 13 years ago. paul solman reports on new efforts to find jobs for younger workers. >> i think we're in an uncorrected depression for teenage employment in america. the only thing we can do that's going to make a difference is mobilize the private sector to hire teenagers. >> woodruff: and with the motor city feeling the blues after filing for bankruptcy earlier this month, jeffrey brown takes a broader look at the fiscal health of america's cities. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possibl
NBC
Jul 27, 2013 5:00pm PDT
to raise money first. they expect to complete the process in the next year or two. >> pope francis is scheduled to head back to rome tomorrow. that's after a visit to brazil for world youth day. anne thompson has more from rio de janeiro. >> reporter: an extraordinary week is coming to an end for pope francis, he's seen the kind of reception the leaders of the catholic church has not seen in decades, a lot of that reception is fuelled by francis himself. he has reached out to the people here, he blesses the sick. he takes every picture he can. he kisses every baby he sees. and in return, people here are coming out in droves to see him. last night as he made his way to the stage, people stood ten deep along the beach just to get a glimpse of him. and at times, the pope mobile looked like a moving basketball hoop. because people were tossing him flags and t-shirts, giving his security detail fits. all of these actions backed up his message, he wants a church to be closer to the people. he also wants a church for those who society often leaves behind. so we've seen him meet with drug
CBS
Jul 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
right, pauly, looking forward to that. >>> pope francis holds a mas for a busy crowd. >>> and talk about being in the wrong place at the wrong time. the landslide that buried a car and the amazing scene that follows this mess. ,,,, ♪ ♪ looks like you started to make something. ♪ oh, a green! ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] cheerios. fire officials say the drivf a coach --- carrying about people.. lost control and smashed into several cars. the bus then fell at least yards off a bridge.. and into a ravine. police >>> dozens are dead. a driver of a coach carrying 40 people lost control and smashed into cars. the bus then fell at least 15 yards off of a bridge and into a refeen. the polices say 37 peopleip cluing the driver were killed. >>> another american died following last week's train derailment in spain. a woman from houston died today from her injuries. that brings the death toll from the crash to 79. a woman from virginia was also killed. the officials say 70 people are still in the hospital. >>> support of egypt's brother hood continue to stand their ground outside of a mosque t
PBS
Jul 25, 2013 6:30pm PDT
. pope francis walked into what many consider the heart of brazil's troubles on wednesday. >> he visited slums, areas overrun with poverty, crime, and drug dealing. >> it has already frazzled security guards. it was another challenge to protect the pontiff, the pontiff who wants to be close to the people. >> pope francis had a heavy security detail for his visit. the neighborhood is one of several in rio where police stepped in to clear drug dealers out earlier this year. he brushed off his bodyguards and bad weather to get closer to residents. in his address to the crowd, he said society has a culture of selfishness and must do more to combat social injustice. >> no amount of pacification will be able to last, nor will harmony and happiness be attained in a society that ignores, pushes to the margins, or excludes a part of itself. >> the divide between rich and poor is a hot topic in brazil. protests sparked by a rise in public transport fares rocked the country just a few weeks ago. earlier, francis received the key to the city. rio will host the 2016 olympic games, and one of his duti
PBS
Jul 25, 2013 4:00pm PDT
america. still to come, a massive turnout to see pope francis. will his message sound the right note? once one of the most powerful party china's communist has been charged with bribery, power, and corruption. the scandal exposed serious cracks inside the community. >> he once had a seat at the top of chinese politics. having been stripped of his position last year, it has been a question of not if but when he will face his day in court. today's announcement suggests china's new leaders believe the time is now right for this most politically centered of trials. it will take place in the eastern city, well away from the old center of power, and it -- as is so often the way, the guilty verdict is a foregone conclusion. it is a straightforward case on the face of it. at the heart of it, the murderer in 2011 of a british of, the business partner someone's life who was convicted of murder last year. he is expected of using his power to cover up the crime. there is a political dimension, two. too. he was peddling ace -- a .opulist rant of populism -- hasnfall is its own exposed ideological divis
LINKTV
Jul 25, 2013 5:30am PDT
he's a man of the people, pope francis gets up and personal with brazil's catholics. > please don't wake me up. >> in the trenches. we'll tell you how this cleaner struck it rich. it's good to have you with us. these are the main stories on al jazeera. the main brotherhood urged egyptians to peacefully make a stand dense the depp position of mohamed morsi. they say they are planning of rallies in support of the movement on friday. spain's prime minister declared three days of mourning for the 78 people killed in one of europe's worst rail disasters. the train was traveling from adrid and ferrol when it derailed at santiago de compostela. three have been killed as a car bomb targeted their convoy in kirkuk. in it a straight attack, at least 14 drivers were killed by gunmen who set up a fake checkpoint north of baghdad. now, bo xilai, once considered a rising star in the chinese communist party has been charged with corruption. the disgraced politician was the party chief and has been on trial for abusing his position and bribery. we have a report on china's biggest political scanda
LINKTV
Jul 25, 2013 2:00pm PDT
. >> welcome back, everyone. pope francis walked into what many consider the heart of brazil's troubles on wednesday. >> he visited slums, areas overrun with poverty, crime, and drug dealing. >> it has already frazzled security guards. it was another challenge to protect the pontiff, the pontiff who wants to be close to the people. >> pope francis had a heavy security detail for his visit. the neighborhood is one of several in rio where police stepped in to clear drug dealers out earlier this year. he brushed off his bodyguards and bad weather to get closer to residents. in his address to the crowd, he said society has a culture of selfishness and must do more to combat social injustice. >> no amount of pacification will be able to last, nor will harmony and happiness be attained in a society that ignores, pushes to the margins, or excludes a part of itself. >> the divide between rich and poor is a hot topic in brazil. protests sparked by a rise in public transport fares rocked the country just a few weeks ago. earlier, francis received the key to the city. rio will host the 2016 olympi
LINKTV
Jul 29, 2013 5:30am PDT
. result, where pope francis has ended his first international trip. where pope francis has ended his first international trip. a reminder of the top stories on al jazeera. cambodia's main opposition leader has told al jazeera he wants an inquiry into sunday's elections. sam rainsy says more than one million people could not cast a ballot because their names had been deleted off the voting list. the eu's foreign-policy chief is back in egypt to meet the country's new leaders and representatives from the muslim brotherhood's freedom and justice party. it follows three days of violence which has left dozens of people dead. iraq havebs across left at least 36 people dead. most of the explosions occurred in mostly shiite areas of baghdad. there also have been attacks in the south in basra. the votes are being counted in mali's presidential election. millions of ballots were cast on sunday in the first election since the military to -- coup. it is hoped the vote will establish order in mali. rebel groups declared an independent state in the north. it took military intervention by the french to b
NBC
Jul 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
fatality when she died this morning in the hospital. >>> pope francis celebrated the final mass of world youth day drawing the largest crowd yet of his week-long visit to brazil. ann thompson is traveling along with the pope and has that story tonight. >> reporter: not many masses start like this. more than 3 million people doing a flash mob dance. but then not every sunday mass is celebrated by pope francis. most importantly the church and its people. this group from wisconsin joining the parade of 180 nations on the beach. >> it's really incredible to know there's people from all these different nations who are doing the same thing as we are. >> reporter: throughout the week to connect with the massive crowds, the pope followed the advice of his name sake saint francis. preach often when when necessary use words. he reached out to the people and was mobbed in return creating headaches for security. the pope seemed to love every minute of it. donning the head dress of brazil's indigenous people. kissing babies lifted to him. creating a bond that angela lazaro will remember all her life.
ABC
Jul 29, 2013 4:00pm PDT
or down load the app. >> reaction from bay area catholics after pope francis says he won't judge gays and lesbians including gay priests coming up how opponents are hustling to put restrictions in place at a new gentleman's club. >> health risk of not being able >>> taking a look at what is coming up this evening on abc 7. well, catholic as cross the nation and world and here in the bay area debating comments pope francis made today about gays. the pontiff took a different tone than pontiffs in the past have. carolyn? >> yes. pope francis becoming known as the peoples' hope poep because of his humility and out reach to the poor, today, he talked about homosexuality during a news conference. it happened on a flight home from brazil and said to be the first time any pope has used the word gay to refer owe to homosexuals. not just the term but what pope trancis had to say about homosexuals in the catholic clergy that is making headlines. >> if someone is gay and searches for the lord and has goodwill, who am i to judge? a gay rights activist says it sets a new tone. >> for gay catholics
CBS
Jul 30, 2013 4:00am PDT
francis makes surprising remarks about homosexuality, saying gays should be integrated into society and asking, who am i to judge? this is the "cbs morning news" judge? this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, july 30th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, a series of explosions destroyed a propane plant northwest of orlando, florida, late last night. seven people were injured, but no one died. the blue rhino plant in tavares resells propane tanks like the ones used in barbecues. up to 26 people were working the night shift when the first blast blew the roof off the plant. flames that shot hundreds of feet high could be seen for miles. tara mergener has more. >> reporter: a huge fireball shot into the sky, as explosions rocked a propane company in tavares, florida, near orlando. >> like a big circle of fire. >> reporter: the blast started around 10:30 at the blue rhino propane facility, a company that exchanges and cleans propane tanks. at least two dozen employees were in the building at the time of the blast. >> i he
FOX News
Jul 29, 2013 2:00am PDT
the first latin american pontiff. the crowd so large some pilgrims waded in the water to hear pope francis speak. >> reporter: copacabana beach normally phone for its scantily clad sunbathers the scene for a much more massive turnout greeting pope francis on this last day in brazil. maybe 3 million people came out to see the pope say the final mass of his tour. he had a new message for the masses urging young people to go forth and build a new world. >> now you must go and transmit this experience to others. jesus calls you to be his missionary disciples. >> reporter: both pope francis and benedict 16 high pressure made young people a priority for the catholic church. >> translator: i came to world youth day with a reason. to change as a person and learn a lot. >> translator: pope francis communicates a message of simplicity and prayer. i think this is really what the church needs. people who are simple and live for love. >> reporter: on saturday, pope francis gave a sermon acknowledging the ongoing struggle of brazilians and a battle over social inequalities. he also spent town in slums i
CBS
Jul 29, 2013 5:00pm PDT
rescued. 150 suspected pimps were arrested in the massive sweep. >>> a stunning statement by pope francis caught reporters and catholics off guard. on the papal plane as he returned to the vatican from rio, the pope held an impromptu news conference. and in a dramatic shift of tone, the pontiff reached out to gays. when it comes to pope francis, what could possibly top a seven- day tour deforce appearance in brazil? try the flight home. on board the papal plane, the pope drew a press conference. one surprise, his remarks on gay priests and homosexuality. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: if a person is gay, the pope is saying, and seeks god and has good will, who am i to judge him? not only that the pope continued, gays should never be marginalized or discriminated against, that they are our brothers. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: the exchange marks the first time a spoke has spoken so openly about the topic. >> i think this is a big step forward. >> reporter: father reese is a jesuit and visiting scholar at santa clara university. he says the pope's remarks show tremendous pr
CNN
Jul 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
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Comedy Central
Jul 30, 2013 11:00pm PDT
, in march pope francis replaced pope benedict xvi. while just a look at their two faces might have prepared us for a change in tone. no one could have predictedded how stark that change would be. >> what we have going on here is the emergence of the kind of people's pope. >> animated, relaxed and funny. reaching out, hugging and kissing. >> from paying his own hotel bill the day after he was elected to his love of the crowd, surprise is a hallmark of pope francis. >> john: surprise is a hallmark. this pope is a total prankster. like his infamous "i got your soul right here." all time he put tabs of acid on everyone's communion waivers. they were seeing god after that. and the devil. and dragons. yesterday he surprised everyone yet again. >> an historic comment by pope francis on the subject of homosexuality. >> the pope said if a person is gay and seeks the lord and has good will, who am i to judge that person? >> well, well. [ cheers and applause ] >> john: who am i to judge that person? you are the pope. judging people is basically what you do. your entire job description is one one, wear
CW
Jul 28, 2013 10:00pm PDT
.com/getaway. diaz is in rio de janeiro... d out for >>> we will, pope francis is on a flight -- we will, pope francis is on a flight back to rome after a trip to brazil. millions in rio turned out for mass this morning. >> reporter: the holy father wrapped on week of nonstop outreach, meeting as many brazilians as possible and sharing the faith. sunday morning, nearly the two and a half mile stretch of co pa cabana beach overflowed with the faithful. thousands of pilgrims camped out overnight on the chilly beach and pavement, securing their spots for morning mass. one said i thank god a i'm alive to be able to experience this marvel. >> do not say i am too young. >> reporter: the pope encouraged young people to spread the faith, saying the church counts on you. the pope counts on you. go and make disciples of all men. a couple whose baby was born with only part of her brain participated in the offer tory procession. parents wore t-shirts that said stop abortion. this was the largest papal mass in recent history, and the vatican hopes that is a sign more catholics are returning to the church
CW
Jul 29, 2013 10:00pm PDT
. >> pope francis has a goal. that is to recast the catholic image. he held his first news conference. there he made a stunning remark by clearly inviting gays to the catholic faith. >> if a person is gay, the pope is saying, and seeks god and has good will, who am i to judge him? not only that, the pope continued, gay should never be marginalized or dediscriminated against. that they are our brothers. >> i think this is a big step forward. >> many people in the bay area are pleased with pope francis' statement. he is the first pope to speak openly about homosexuality in positive terms. pope francis confirmed catholics who divorce and remarry civilly can receive communion, but there's a catch. their first marriages must be annulled in order for them to receive the sack sacriment. >> check this out. this is huntington beach. a huge fight after a surf competition yesterday got even uglier when a mob overturned porter potties and lewded a bike store. dozens of witnesses caught everything on cell phone cameras. >> this incident was minor, we take any kind of civil disturbance very se
KTLN
Jul 29, 2013 5:00pm PDT
called the jerusalem of the east. >> george: and pope francis returns to south america, and hundreds of thousands are flocking to brazil just to see him. ♪ >> george: is egypt heading for political stability or civil war? hello, everyone, i'm george thomas. >> wendy: and i'm wendy griffith. political protests and rallies are now almost daily occurrences in egypt. protestors continue to die in scirmishes with security forces and weren't another. >> george: ibrahim is one of the coptic christians who has written by egypt and its christian community. he shared his insights with gary lane, but first gary brings us this update on the situation in egypt. >> reporter: supporters of mohammed morsi refuse to give up. they want the muslim brotherhood leader reinstated to the egyptian presidency. >> i'm saying to major-general sissi, you betrayed us and carried out the coup, but god will punish you if you are not implementing his rules. >> reporter: even larger numbers of anti-muslim brotherhood members held rallies. >> i'm proving it is a revolution, and stability is doing what we ought to d
PBS
Jul 29, 2013 2:30pm PDT
example. >> back home this evening, pope francis placed a memento reverently on the church in rome. he understands the power of gesture and is ready to use it. >> for more on the pope's comments today, i spoke with a professor at the catholic university. thatw surprising is it pope francis raised the issue so early on? >> it is a mating. it shows his confidence. his excitement and enthusiasm for his reception. that there is a new conversation that can be had. i think that is refreshing. >> even though he does not signal a change in policy, how do you think it will go down in the political factions of the vatican? comment was particularly addressed to those political factions. the comments that he made was a thatof unguarded comment signaled his concern about and those that would lobby for that own particular interests. it is something he was keen to discourage. this notion that some party should lobby. that is where the comments about not judging gay people come from. he wants to affirm that there are gays who have this inclination in the priesthood but not to say their political imagi
LINKTV
Jul 28, 2013 2:30pm PDT
. a party atmosphere as pope francis celebrates mass on copacabana beach in brazil. and germany possible the men's soccer team edges out norway to try them at the european championships. we begin in israel where the country's cabinet has approved the release of 100 and four palestinian prisoners, paving the way for fresh yeast talks with the palestinians. this comes after the cabinet voted to adopt the bill that would put any deal reached. negotiations to a referendum. history for prime minister benjamin netanyahu who had to overcome serious opposition on both his ministers and the public. peace talks are expected to resume in washington this week after being stalled for three years. >> benjamin netanyahu new the release of palestinian and israeli arab wristers would be a tough sell. after appealing for public support on facebook the night before, he urged his divided cabinet to accept the proposals. >> i am against it. is not allowed to free terrorists that killed the jewish. >> we have to do what we have to do to make the peace process -- the peace process progress. >> no prisoners wil
Current
Jul 29, 2013 5:00pm PDT
more, what a joy it is that nafta didn't work. we'll have the panelist back, stick around. pope francis said he approves of gay priests. that barry manilow is on to something. this is "viewpoint." stick around. cenk off air>>> alright in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks! i think the number 1 thing than viewers like about the young turks is that were honest. they know that i'm not bsing them for some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know i'm going to be the first one to call them out. cenk on air>> what's unacceptable is how washington continues to screw the middle class over. cenk off air>>> i don't want the middle class taking the brunt of the spending cuts and all the different programs that wind up hurting the middle class. cenk on air>>> you got to go to the local level, the state level and we have to fight hard to make sure they can't buy our politics anymore. cenk off air>>> and they can question if i'm right about that. but i think the audience gets that, i actually mean it. cenk on air>>> 3 trillion dollar
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Jul 30, 2013 3:00am PDT
we go. yes, indeed. pope francis, he is making -- i have to say, making quite an impact worldwide. and showed a lot of what he's become already famous for in his week-long trip to brazil. of course, this is a pope who has adopted a much more down-to-earth style than any of his predecessors. we know some of the signs of that. he refuses to wear the red shoes. >> that's red pradas. >> bill: the red prated das. he refuses to live in the papal apartments because he doesn't like being alone. he likes being around people. so he's still living in this guesthouse where, inside the vatican, where he checked in when he came in then as a cardinal to vote for the next pope. he doesn't like the big limo and instead just likes to ride in the backseat of a regular car. that got him in trouble down in brazil. and of course, not just his personal style, also his emphasis on the poor. he talks about that, getting back to what the mission of the church should really be all about. our concern for the poor and certainly showed that in brazil by going into one of those -- the famous flavelle las there.
NBC
Jul 26, 2013 11:00am PDT
's been a non-stopped a venture and yes, a full schedule for pope francis over in brazil. yeah, he's been very, very busy, surrounded by all those people, but's his aides who say they are stressed out. >>> plus, i bet you can smell it. the smell is in the air. the fun competition kicking off the annual gilroy garlic festival. >>> and the mysterious death of a hacker who was to talk about a big secret in just a couple of days. take a look in business and technology. >>> and we've got a lot happening in the bay area for this weekend. the great news is temperatures are not going to be too hot. the garlic festival, america's cup, giants and a's all in town and we have got your forecast for everything when nbc bay area news at 11:00 comes right back. >>> arguably rio de janeiro in brazil is known most for its world-famous carnivale but its extremes, a city where people are very rich or extremely poor. and as nbc's anne thompson reports, pope francis has been trying to connect those worlds with an appeal that has been drawing remarkable crowds. r7 were on copacabana beach, a rock star reception
NBC
Jul 29, 2013 5:30pm PDT
francis' trip to brazil. but one of the most dramatic moments came on the flight home. >> i'm going to face that. >> reporter: a no holds barred press conference, something no pope has done in years. animated, relaxed and funny. the 76-year-old pontiff took questions for an hour and 20 minutes. asked about the so-called gay lobby inside the vatican, the pope gave an answer no one expected. if a person is gay and seeks the lord and has good will, who am i to judge that person? >> it sends a strong message from the head of the catholic church that gay people should not be marginalized, should not be discriminated against, should be -- he wants to be inclusive and welcoming to them. >> reporter: francis said no on women priests, explaining the church had spoken on that. as for his predecessor and neighbor at the vatican, pope benedict, francis likened him to a wise grandfather. he says he doesn't live in the papal apartments because they are just too big. he says he cannot live alone for psychological reasons. francis likes to have people around him. that's why he liked having less sec
ABC
Jul 29, 2013 6:00pm PDT
of "i love lucy". >> there is more still to come. what pope francis had to say today that many are hailing as a leap forward for the can catholic church. >> the snake bite solution of a researcher that could save lives. >> how you can catch a ride to l.a. for just $1 and in >>> hope francis raising eye brows after taking on the issue of gays and lesbians in the catholic church. abc 7 news has the story. >> after a hugely successful tour of brazil celebrating world youth day, pope francis surprised journalist was a q and a aboard the plane trip asked about homosexuality of priests in the vatican. many see the answer as including gays in general. >> if someone is gay and searches for the lord and has goodwill who am i so judge? and remark that's one calls a great leap forward. >> comments are a step in changing the tone of the dialogue and comments humanize gay people before the church. >> the pontiff did not veer from official church doctrine but the tone seems to be a change. we talked to parishioners leaving mass in san francisco. >> he's a very loving hoax i hope we get more
ABC
Jul 30, 2013 1:40am PDT
the latest details as the fire rages on. >>> a raging controversy. pope francis did something never done by a pontiff before. his unprecedented move and his eye-opening comments to roman catholics everywhere. >>> innovative invention. forget the golf cart. check this out -- the newest ride around the country club looks like something from science fiction. >>> courtroom reality. cast members from "real housewives of new jersey" fake big-time criminal allegations. the details coming up in "the skinny" on this tuesday, july 30th. >> did she realize -- >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> all right. we're going to jump right in on this tuesday morning. we begin this half hour with breaking news. a central florida town rocked by one explosion after another. erupting at a gas plant overnight. >> propane tanks turning into fireballs by the hundreds in tavares, shooting flames so high in the air they could be seen miles away. there are at least seven injuries, four critical. 15 workers reported missing have been found. the surrounding area ha
CBS
Jul 24, 2013 5:30pm PDT
and family and start a team today. register at alz.org >> pelley: in brazil today, pope francis visited a shrine to the virgin mary and the pope seemed to tear up as he stood in silent prayer. dean reynolds reports francis celebrated his first public mass there. >> reporter: the pope spoke in a small town with a huge shrine of mary the mother of jesus. an estimated 150,000 people there when he delivered the homily at mass, his first sustained remarks on his first foreign trip. the pope lamented that everyone, including young people, are attracted by the many idols which take the place of god and appear to offer hope-- money, success, power, and pleasure. this was doom he said, to a growing sense of loneliness, an emptiness in the heart of many people. along the quiet streets of rio de janeiro's district, many blame the leaders for the emptiness. this architect designed the altar stage where francis will celebrate mass this weekend. he and his wife are middle-class professionals who pay high taxes for low benefits. life here, they say is stubbornly unfair. >> there are still too few peop
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2013 11:00am PDT
to pope francis' comments reaching out to the gay community saying, quote, who am i to judge? is this a new direction for the catholic church? you can weigh in because it's our "news nation" gut check. you can join our conversation throughout the hour. let us know anything reasonable on your mind @tamronhall and @newsnation. [ ship horn blows ] no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... not so much. but that's okay -- you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car and we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. learn about it at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin® because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec® love the air. the beach on your tv is much closer than it appears. seize the summer with up to 50% off hotels at travelocity. okay, a? b? b. a? that's a g
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Jul 23, 2013 5:00pm PDT
francis made it back to the boat safe, shook up. they join me live from california. sean, the video is amazing. i've seen it so many times. watching that video, it gives close call a whole new meaning. did you have any idea there were whales in the area? >> we knew that there were whales in the area, but, you know, they were three quarters of a mile to a mile away from us. so we had no idea those two had snuck in and decided to take a meal right from underneath us. >> sean, there is a moment on the video when you see a skull of fish, i don't know if those are sardines or kril or whatever -- >> anchovy i think. >> they must have sensed there were predators there. >> right, well like you said, i had my face down in the water and the anchovy swam underneath me going horizontally and all of a sudden, they changed direction trying to get out of the water. at that moment, i knew that there was a -- something going on and as -- i had no idea that there was a hump back whale behind them chasing them and seconds later, i pulled my head up out of the water because i heard yelling and made a b
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Jul 29, 2013 1:00pm PDT
flight back from brazil today, pope francis gave a rare 82-minute press conference with reporters right there on the plane. even more rare he said he would not judge priests for their sexual orientation. >> translator: if a person is gay and accepts the lord and has goodwill, who am i to judge them? >> now, this seems, seems to be a significant shift from his predecessor, pope benedict who signed a document in 2005 saying that gays should not be priests. italian media have reported a so-called gay lobby secretly pulled strings at the lobby. when asked about that, pope francis said gays specifically are not the problem, lobbies are. >> and we have bill donahue, president of the catholic league. father martin, i want to start with you. some are saying what the pope said today is more a change in tone than in actual substance. what do you think? >> it is a change in tone but it's also a change in substance. to go from saying in 2005 gay men cannot be admitted to seminaries or religious orders saying who am i to judge, that's is a huge change. >> first of all, would i take issue with father
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